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>> what a night. thank you, illinois. >> this week on "inside washington," romney receives a much saw after endorsement from jeb bush. >> the estabablishment the money to versus the people. >> they whwhatedicare to wither on the vine. >> if we operate based on political fear, nothing is ever going to getet done.e. >> theupreme courtrt hears argumenton the obama health care law. >> it is the number one reason why barack obama suld not be returned to office for a second term. >> the nfl comes downard on a bounty hunters. >> i don't know of another fraternity weree somebody tries toto knock outne of his others. it is over the top. it is wrong. captioned by t national caponing institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> is mitt romney closing the deal? he won puerto rico and illinois. he has twice as many legates as it sanantorum. jeb bush clearly not in love with the guy, t he did endorse him conservative that senatorsenator jim demint said it is clear who the nominee wi be. but his mmunicationsns director eric fehrnstrom said this. >> you hit a reset buttonor the fall campaign. is kind of like
! >> in illinois this past tuesday, it was mitt romney's t handily, 47% to rick santorum's 35 gingrich's 8%. romney added 43 illinois delegates to his column, bringing his total count to 563. more than double santorum's 263 delegates. his nearly halfway to the magic 1144 needed to clinch the g.o.p. nomination. so is this primary marathon now a done deal? republican power players hope so. jeb bush, the former two-term florida governor and george w. bush's younger brother, endorsed governor romney on wednesday. "primary elections have been held in 34 dates and now is the time for republicans to unite behind governor romney and take our message of fiscal conservativism and job creation to all voters this fall." question, does jeb bush's endorsement of romney seal the deal for romney? pat? >> i think jeb bush is late to the party and the tea party in effect stacking arms and moving towards the romney camp. john, romney has gotten more than 50%, he's gotten 55, 50% of all the delegates he's headed straight to the nomination. and when you look at the way the democrats talk about a man of steel in ohio, a
, illinois. >> this week on "inside washington," romney wins in illinois and receives a much saw after endorsement from juppe bush. -- jeb bush. >> the astonishment, t money, versus the people. >> they want medicare to wither on the vine and died. >> if we operate our political fear, nothing is ever going to get done. >> the supreme court hears arguments on the obama health care law. >> it is the number one reason a barack obama should not be returned to office. >> the n comes down hard on bounty hunters. >> i don't know any other fraternity were somebody tries to knock out one of his brothers. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> is mitt romney finally closing the deal? he won a brick or we go on saturday and illinois -- won puerto rico on saturday and illinois. jeb bush clearly not in love with the guy, but he finally endorsed him. conservative thathe nato m demint said it is pretty clear who the nominee will be. what should of been a terrific week for mitt romney took zero weird turn. when asked how romney would proceed if he won the nomination, commu
accepted mitt romney, this week the spreek puts the focus on -- supreme puts the focus on the health care law, a law romney inspired in massachusetts. how can he be the number one attack dog and how can he promise to kill it? just as he wraps up a huge primary win, romney hear as top advisor say all his campaign promises are, he uses a watergate term, inoperative. is he stuck with the etch-a-sketch label for good. "mad men," they're all back, betty, jon, the incomparable joan. what is it about their world we find so downright transing? is it something this country had and lost? is it about our youth? hi, i'm chris matthews. with us today new york magazine john heilemann, cnn's gloria borger, cnbc kelly evans and pulitzer times editor david leonhardt? what do they have in common? both can wipe the slate clean. and they could wipe out the health care law, let it stand or kill the heart of it. we'll get clues in the extraordinary three days of argument starting monday. the president has not been talking much about health care lately, but there was this the other night. >> we want to call it
by a significant margin. we can also project that mitt romney will finish second and newt gingrich third. santorum needed to win tonight and he has. again, rick santorum the projected winner in louisiana. i am alex wagner. here with me tonight from new york magazine, john hileman. and there is breaking news tonight, former vice president dick china has undergone heart transplant surgery. we'll have much more on that story in just a few minutes. john, i want to go to you first. what do we make of this? it was in some ways a predicted outcome, rick santorum winning louisiana. does it do anything for his campaign? >> it keeps it alive. in mitt romney pulled off an upset, it would put the final nails in santorum's coffin. the next time we come here on tuesday -- >> april 3rd is probably when we'll be here next, giving santorum a chance to pull off wisconsin, that is what he'll need to do in order to really have a mathematical chance of securing the nomination is virtually nil. but he still has a chance if he pulls off a bunch of chances. rick santorum knows he cannot win this nomination outright befor
, capturing 49% of the vote. mitt romney came in a distant second with 27%. newt gingrich's southern roots, it didn't help him in this state. he got just 16% of the vote. ron paul trailed the pack with 6%. louisiana hands out its 20 delegates proportionately, and santorum walks away with half of them. >> thank you very much. you have come through, and come through in a big way. and on behalf of my family, and all the people up here who have gathered with us tonight here in green bay, wisconsin, just let me thank you for making a very clear and crisp statement. and that is that you don't believe as the pundits have said that this race is over. you didn't get the memo that the rest -- [ cheers and applause ] >> but santorum's convincing win in louisiana doesn't do much to change the delicate map. mitt romney has 568 delegates. more than double santorum's count. gingrich has 137. and paul has won just 71 delegates. so a big catch-up game for rick santorum in the weeks ahead. let's go to new orleans right now. mary mat elin, good to see you. i love the bright colors there. does santorum's win,
>>> good morning and welcome to "this week." romney rebounds. >> thank you, illinois. what a night. >> can he wrap it up now and take on obama. >> this president is crushing the dreams and the dreamers. i will make sure that finally ends. >>> and after a killing. >> i don't understand why this man hasn't been arrested. >> america is angry. the president reflective. >> my had a son, he would look like trayvon. >> was it self-defense or racial profiling? >>> plus obama care heads to the supreme court. >> the law is that violation of our most deeply held constitutional principles. >> questions this morning for our headliners. president obama's top strategist david plouffe and republican congresswoman michele bachmann >>> and our powerhouse roundtable. george will, donna brazile, cokie roberts, matthew dowd. and terry moran. >>> good morning, everyone. some news overnight. former vice president dick cheney is resting in a virginia hospital this morning after receiving a heart transplant yesterday. the 71-year-old suffered five heart attacks had been on the transplant waiting list for a
. now the results from saturday's republican primary in louisiana. rick santorum came on top . romney 25 percent. romney had 568 halfway to the 1144 needed for the nomination. now to the issues that will defoin the general election between president obama and who ever the republican nominee is. joining us here in the studio is president obama senior advisor david plouffe. welcome to the "fox news sunday". >> guest: thank you. >> chris: during the campaign president obama blamed president bush for the rise of gas prices. let's watch. >> here in ohio you are paying 3.70 for gas because it went down in the last couple of we thinks. two and half times what it costs when george bush took office. >> chris: using that logic how responsible is president obama now for the gas prices since he took office. >> guest: we have gone through it every year. it is more pronounced in the last few years because of increase from china and india. the president said we have to produce oil and natural gas here in this country. production is at an eight year high . triple the rigs in the fields as when the presi
slipping away from them, peggy noonan told mitt romney today in her column that comes out tomorrow, it's time to get off the goofball express, as she puts it, enough of the cheesy grits and the singing and the jeans and the compulsive ly pleasants and calling the opponents lightweights. act like a president. and does he have it him or does he have what an aide called him an etch a sketch. >> the president signed the popular health care law, and so has the president's hypocrisy on the issue, and continuing the charade that obama care and romney care are essentially the same thing. >>> we know you can't wait for it. "mad men" begins sunday night, and we will bring you some of the real mad men who brought presidential politics back in 1964. we begin with president obama weighing in on the trayvon martin shooting. joe williams covers the white house for politico. michelle bernard is an msnbc political analyst. let's listen to the president. here's what we know. let's start with the facts as we know them. please correct me, we'll argue some of the facts, perhaps, as we know them. the offici
santorum came out on top with 49%. mitt romney was second with 27% and newt gingrich and ron paul rounded out the field. a look at the updated delegate count shows romney with 568 delegates. almost halfway to the 1144 needed for the nomination. let's turn to the issues that will define the general election between president obama and whoever the republican nominee is. joining us here in studio is president obama's senior advisor david plouffe. and mr. plouffe, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thanks for having me, chris. >> chris: barack obama blamed president bush for the rise in gas prices on his watch. let's watch. >> here in ohio you're paying nearly $3.70 a gallon for gas and that is because it has gone down over the last couple of weeks. two and a half times what it cost when george bush took office. how responsible is president obama now for gas prices more than doubling since he took office? >> the point is, chris, as you see we have gone through these just about every year now. in some respects dealing with this for decades. gotten more pronounced as you see increased demand
'm not looking for someone who is an etch-a-sketch candidate. >> a romney insider creates controversy when he compared his candidate's change in focus, to shaking an etch-a-sketch and starting overment how do you think that the media reacted to that. plus, he's been calling talented, been called controversial. now, he'll be called-- >> a new york jet. and how will the notorious new york press handle tim tebow? on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor, judy miller, syndicated columnist cal thomas, jim pinkerton contributing editor the american conservative magazine and bureau chief of talk radio news service, ellen radner. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. >>. >> stand up for justice, and stand up for what's right. >> and this is not about black and white thing, it's about a right and wrong thing. >> the mother of trayvon martin, an unarmed 17-year-old shoot on the way back from a convenience store, carrying a bag of skittles and an iced tea he. the man who shot him claimed self-defense. he was not arrested and then the 911 tapes were made public. >> those tapes ga
% of the vote. 91,000 votes for rick santorum with 4200 precincts reporting in. 27% 4 mitt romney during new to gingrich getting 16% or just under 30,000 votes. ron paul getting 6% with just over 11,000 votes. some of the headlines -- victory was two to one over mitt romney. with nine wisconsin in early april, you are one of the real key states, this is from their paper. rick santorum is on the campaign trail with the etch a sketch. we have more coming up as he tries to drive focus on the primary in wisconsin which will be key in early april. let us get to your phone calls. ron from california -- who speaks to the republican party? good morning. go ahead. we will try one more time. are you there? caller: this is john. good morning. you know, one of the things that kind of bothers me is that we still have not resolved the issue in america with electronic voting machines and the proprietary source code. i am not sure if santorum won down there in louisiana based on any kind of voting on electronic voting machines. but, this issue has been going on for the last several years. the politicians ta
romney in the delegate? >> mitt romney might drop out. i'm not suggesting for the press, i'm not suggesting he drop out but if he wants to, i'll certainly accept his resignation. you know, after you've outspent your opponent about 50 to 1 and you still can't put the race away, at some point you might want to say maybe i can't win after all. >> with another win in the deep south rick santorum campaigns in the next key primary state with wisconsin. how well does he have to do in the rest of the primaries to be a serious contender for the nomination we'll ask him. there's breaking news overnight as former vice president dick cheney undergoes heart transplant surgery. we'll have an update. then we'll take a look at the story that is gripping the nation, the shooting of trayvon martin, an unarmed african-american teenager in florida. even the president weighed in this week. >> if i had a son he'd look like trayvon. >> reporter: there's outrage across the country over the florida law that allowed the shooter to go free. does the "stand your ground" law go too far? house republica
obama in november. and fox news projecting now that person to be rick santorum. with mitt romney finishing in second place. analysts had predicted louisiana could be a three-way race between santorum, mitt romney and newt gingrich. now keep in mind, santorum won the primaries in neighboring alabama and mississippi, but analysts say voters in louisiana are a bit different. for example, that state has fewer people who identify themselves as evangelical, a group that tends to resonate with santorum. but tonight he had support from everyone, including conservatives and moderates alike, and it didn't hurt that mitt romney did damage control this week after an aide made comments comparing his campaign strategy to that of an etch-a-sketch. 1 in 5 voters said today those comments were "most important or one of the most important factors" in their decision at the polling booth. in this race for the gop presidential nomination, it does come down to delegates. louisiana with 46 at stake. only 20 of those, though, to be given after tonight's contest divided proportionately to the candidates
big. if you look at this group, 30 to 50,000, he won 49% to romney's 21%. newt gingrich did better than mitt romney in this category. go to the lowest end group here and look at this, 65% to 13%. sure, mitt romney won a little bit, but down here his win not so impressive. 46% to santorum's 31%. when you are talking about one of the state's in the country with some of the lowest per capita income, winning with people that make more than $200,000 doesn't get you very far. the darker color indicates places where people have the highest median income. as you can see, there weren't that many that would fall in to a category that romney might have been able to do well with and as you saw from the previous map he did not do well with them. so a tough night on the economy. one more thing that is interesting here. you mentioned it earlier this evening. let's go past this and look at the issue of education. because this is something where mitt romney has tended to do well, the more educated people are. louisiana, as a state, does not have as many people with college degrees or beyond college
, 48%. gingrich got the sikd number. romney comes in here at 22%, tied with gingrich. but still a massive lead for santorum. even bigger when you go down here to the under 30,000. look at that. santorum, 64%. romney tied with ron paul at 12%. the only area in which mitt romney won was in people who made $200,000 or more. and look at this. even in that area he has a substantial lead, but only 45% to 31%. that's simply not enough to overcome what santorum did in all the other categories, especially if you look at the state over here in terms of median income. i'm going to pull this out. the darker parishes here are the ones where people make more money. and here's the problem. even if mitt romney's winning there, look at the size of these. here's assumption parish. less than half a percent. this is the biggest one. 2.3% of the population. right next to it st. helena parish, less than .2%. you can find another big one. monroe, less than .3%. this is the reason we're able to make this projection, don, but not just this factor but many others. when you lk at the economy alone, you ca
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out and say mitt romney. time to bring the party together. do you feel that it's time for this republican race to end? >> look, i think it's great. we're learning more about these candidates every day. i think the race is great. i think that if it goes on, we're going to learn more about all the candidates that are up there. it creates a lot of interest. it looks like we'll have a nominee by the time of the convention which, of course, will be in the great state of florida. but i think it's great they're having a race. >> you know, all of the figures sort of run against that. when you look at what has happened to mitt romney and to newt gingrich and to rick santorum over the time, it has been that independents, who are quite valuable in florida as you know -- >> very valuable. >> are walking away from these candidates at this point, that this has become damaging to the image of the republican party because it's been so fierce. and that the theory being there has to be some time for making up this image deficit. >> you know what i think? i think the election will be abo
trying to hit mitt romney where it hurts, his massachusetts health care law. an adviser making comparisons to the president's law passed two years ago. >> mitt romney's the godfather of our health care plan, okay? if he's president, remarkably he's running away from that past. and he's going to say he's going to try to throw all of this away. we're going to have a big fight about health care again. we know we have to do it for our economy, for the deficit, for the health and safety of the american people. >> rick santorum is celebrating a big victory today, he swept to an easy win in the louisiana republican primary on saturday, taking the state by a wide margin. the final results here, santorum received 49% of the vote, mitt romney finished with 27%. we'd love to see the numbers, but take my word for it, 49-27, followed by newt gingrich and ron paul. santorum was campaigning in wisconsin last night and thanked supporters. >> we talked about how we had a candidate that didn't have their public policy positions sketched on an etch-a-sketch. but it was sketched on our hearts, bec
primary, solid backing from conservatives and religious voters. 20 del gates were at stake. mitt romney got 5 and the 5 remaining will be designated as uncommitted. newt gingrich and ron paul had no delegates. mitt romney has a substantial lead, but santorum said, he's not giving up. >> the people of louisiana sent a loud and clear message this. race is long and far from over. the people of wisconsin, i say to you, on, wisconsin. let's get it done! >> next up on the calendar, the district of columbia, maryland and wisconsin on april 3. he's a rising star in the republican party and now that he has rolled out the budget plan, paul ryan is taking on questions about possible vice-presidential hopes. president obama delivers a stern warning to north korea, threatening to cut much-needed food aid to its people. a live report from seoul, south korea. stay with us. so who ordered the cereal that can help lower olesterol and who ordered the yummy cereal? yummy. [ woman ] lower cholesterol. [ man 2 ] yummy. i got that wrong didn't i? [ male announcer ] want great taste and whole gin oats that ca
's going to benefit the president in the general election come this november. and i do expect mitt romney to be the republican nominee. therefor, romney passed the same type of health care in massachusetts. so i think as a political issue, with former governor romney being the republican nominee, i think it sort of -- it's not as emotional of an issue in the fall campaign. both men, president obama and governor romney, have passed health care that cover their constituency. the president, of course, the whole nation and governor romney, when he was the governor of massachusetts covered his constituency with the health care. so i see it sort of neutralizes in a general election between those two gentleman. >> fascinating perspective, thank you very much for bringing it to us. bart stupak, appreciate your time. >>> crowds cheered and prayed, flags waved, and even the cartels took a break. a look at this mopope's mass in mexico. >>> let's go! first stop, georgia, the consolidated gold mine. at first impression, you see this beautiful building here in the parking lot, but it's what below groun
into ideological fodder for television news. >>> mitt romney wins the illinois primary but most of the chatter is about a top aide who likens it to a certain children's toy ze wanted to talk about his victory but the debate over this iconic children's toy, the etch-a-sketch threatens to erase all of that. >> our twitter turned that into a viral moment. >>> plus -- >> define that. how far will you go. >>> >> i don't want to campaign for candidates. >> he came up with the idea of televising what happens in congress and made c-span and its passionate callers part of the landscape. now he's stepping down as chief executive. this is "reliable sources." >>> it was back on february 26th that 17-year-old trayvon martin walking down the street was killed in the town of sanford, florida. the man who killed him is hispanic. it wasn't until ten days later that the killing drew a bit of national media attention from the ap and reuters and then a bit more coverage, b.e.t., hln, cnn, good morning america, and then nearly weeks has passed. and then with the release of the 911 call and trayvon martin's mother
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